Filipino Directors Up Close (the Golden Ages Of Philippine Cinema 1950-2010)
|Author||Bibsy M. Carballo|
|Dimension||6 x 9|
Our first introduction to Tagalog movies was through theater, specifically PETA (Philippine Educational Theater Association) where our friend and UP (University of the Philippines) classmate Lino Brocka was an apprentice and go-fer all rolled into one. We would watch rehearsals at the Fort Santiago Theater, hobnob with the actors, writers, designers, staff, and drank in a new and exciting world of Philippine theater. Until soon, Lino had gone up the ladder and was directing plays, eventually directing movies, and getting recognized for them that we even got to join him in Cannes with Phillip Salvador when his film Jaguar was chosen in competition.
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